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FOX News
Feb 8, 2013 7:00pm PST
was a navy reservist, was talking about -- he had talked about in college being a police -- being in the military, but then when he told me about being a police officer, which i don't know if he was already in the process, or had been hired or not, but he had talked about it. obviously he became a police officer. so it was about that time. >> greta: coach, thank you very much. thanks for joining us. >> yes. >> greta: and from college graduate to a navy reservist to a police officer, now to a wanted man. for a closer look at christopher dorner's downward spiral l.a. "daily news" reporter mary cardoza joins us. what can you tell me about his life after he left college? >> after he left college, we know he got enlisted -- he enlisted in the navy in 2002. what we're learning is that, you know, when he was in police academy, he was having some issues, not issues with requirements at the academy, but complaining about his fellow recruits. apparently there were some racial comments, that he didn't like how officials dealt with those issues. in talking to a college buddy of his actually i di
FOX News
Feb 8, 2013 10:00pm PST
. last i heard, he had called when i lived in ohio and he was a navy reservist. he talked about college, being in the military. but when he told me about being a police officer -- which i don't know if he was already in the process or had been hired or not. but he talked about t. obviously, he became a police officer -- so it was about that time. >> coach, thank you very much. thank you for joining us. and from college graduate to a navy reservist to a police officer and now to a wanted man. for a closer look at christopher dorner's downward spiral, we have a reporter here. tell me, what can you tell me about his life after he left college? >> reporter: after he left college, we know he enlisted in the navy in 2002. what we are learning is that, you know, when he was in the police acted, he was having some issues... not that he was having typical issues or requirements at the academy. but he was complaining about his fellow recruits. apparently, there were some racial comments and he didn't like how officials dealt with those issues. and talking to a college buddy, i asked if racism was
FOX News
Feb 8, 2013 1:00am EST
? i think we could send navy seals in and arrest them. we are so effective with the navy seals to get osama bin laden. there are other ways to do it, other than firing drones -- >> they are talking about -- you can't use drones on hundreds and hundreds of strikes, but you can certainly use them if you are talking about an american citizen because they are not going to be many of those. >> thank you. nice to see you. >> retired air force colonel oversaw a counterterrorism in africa from 2007 to 2010. she is here. martha, i understand you have a very different view of the drone program. what is your view on targing americans overseas? >> sure. there are two big questions here. obviously, the first one is, is it legal? and the second one is, is it the right strategy and a good policy? i am not an ental lawyer, but i have been the -- at the table with many experts on this. this is the main issue, do we consider that the trike strikes are legal? in the international law, it says, absolutely, especially in pakistan, where we have ongoing operations. pakistan being a safe haven i. how about
FOX News
Feb 7, 2013 10:00pm EST
it's know-- >> i think we could send navy seals in and arrest them. we're so effective with the navy seals who got bin laden, there are other ways to do it other than sort of firing drones without-- >> and you're talking about-- you can't use drones on what hundreds and hundreds of strikes, but you can certainly use them if you're talking about an american citizen because they're not going to be that many of those. >> greta: pat, thank you, nice to see you, sir. retired air force colonel, martha, she joins us, and i understand it's different for you this drone program. what is your thought on the drone program and targeting americans overseas? >> well, sure. i mean, there's two big questions here, obviously, the first one, is it legal? and the second one is, is it the right strategy and is it a good policy? so, i'm not an international lawyer although i've sat at the table with many experts on this and this is one of the main issues going on in the debate this week, do we consider that these strikes are legal? under international law there's a strong view that says absolutely, e
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